Artificial Intelligence At ISCT 2019: Program Theme Highlight

Artificial intelligence is and will continue to be one of the hottest topics in radiology. From applications and use cases for the technology to how AI and deep learning will affect radiologists' livelihoods and a variety of CT subspecialties, the theme of artificial intelligence will be emphasized throughout our entire 2019 program.

Read More
Earn CME Credits Remotely With ISCT's Live Stream Option

ISCT's annual symposium is the pinnacle of all things CT, and a can’t miss event for anyone looking to further their industry knowledge and career growth. Although many of our radiology peers will make the trip to attend ISCT 2019 in person, we recognize that there are several factors that may prohibit others from joining us in San Diego. ISCT's Live Stream option is perfect for industry peers who are looking to continue their educational growth and earn CME credits, but can't make it to San Diego in person. Here's how it works:

Read More
ISCT 2019 Session Highlight: Skeletal CT

We’re excited for all of this year’s sessions, but want to highlight one of particular interest for many attendees: our MSK session. Organized by Dr. Christopher Beaulieu, Chief of Musculoskeletal Imaging at the Stanford University Medical Center, the skeletal session will provide a comprehensive overview of the latest applications, technologies, and innovations within this dynamic subspecialty area of CT. 

Read More
Session Highlight: Neuro CT At ISCT 2019

The ISCT 2019 neuro session promises to be an exciting, spirited update of the most important, high impact developments in CT neuroimaging! A large topic of discussion will be the rapid, widespread growth of CT & CT vascular imaging for acute stroke diagnosis & triage. Read more ->

Read More
Call For Abstract Poster Presentations On Computed Tomography

The time has come, The International Society for Computed Tomography (ISCT) is now accepting abstracts for poster presentations to be presented at our 21st Annual Symposium on CT. The goal of this exercise is to encourage research and the exchange of new ideas and approaches in radiology, specifically computed tomography. Trainees are highly encouraged to submit. Accepted poster presenters must register for the symposium and be present - the ISCT will provide a $250 scholarship to accepted presenting authors.

Read More
A Trip Down Memory Lane - Reflecting On The Benefits Of ISCT's Symposium

If there's one thing we love, it's seeing the incredible impact that our annual CT symposium has had on our attendees' lives, both personally and professionally. We've striven to create an educational conference that's both valuable and actionable, one that stays with attendees long after the symposium is over, and it's testimonials like this one that help show us we're accomplishing what we set out to do:

Click here to continue reading ->

Read More
The Evolving Role Of The Medical Physicist In CT Imaging: A Personal Reflection By Dr. Cynthia McCollough

ISCT faculty Dr. Cynthia McCollough discusses the evolving role of the medical physicist in CT imaging, the impact of continued education on a career, and how the ISCT symposium has had an instrumental role in her journey towards self-growth. 

Click here to continue reading ->

Read More
About ISCT's Education On-Demand

Two years ago we launched our state-of-the-art Education On-Demand site, where enduring content from our previous symposia is packaged and available for purchase as a way for members at all levels of the radiology community to enhance their CT knowledge, stay up to date on the newest industry protocols and innovations, and earn CME credits. Here's a little bit more about ISCT's Education On-Demand, and how you can use content from last year to prepare for ISCT 2019:

Click here to continue reading ->

Read More